Author:Acuna, Rudolph


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Teacher's Guide: the Story of the Mexican Americans - the Men and the Land

By: Acuna, Rudolph

Price: $8.00

Publisher: NY, American Book: 1969

Edition: First Edition; First Printing

Seller ID: 15787

Condition: Fine

10 pages; Fine condition. Stapled softcover 10 pages. TEACHER'S Guide. Text is in English. Full number sequence. Solid, clean. The story of the Mexican Americans depicts the Mexican Americans' contributions to the building of the American Southwest. Its purpose is to portray Mexican Americans realistically as participants in American History, narrating their roles in the past and amplifying their responsibility to the present and future of the United States. Also in this Teacher's Manual are Teacher's Historial Overview with references to other books on the subject of Mexican Americans, Geogra... View more info

The Story of Mexican Americans: the Men and the Land

By: Acuna, Rudolph

Price: $15.00

Publisher: NY, American Book Company: 1969

Edition: Second Printing

Seller ID: 16254

Condition: Near Fine with no dust jacket

140 pages; Near Fine/No Jacket. Illustrated boards with dark brown lettering. Inside front panel is printed This Book Belongs to form for school - blank. Tiny bit of shelf rub to white on boards. Boards are straight, tips are pointed, spine is square and pages are clean. Many photo illustrations, paintings, and sketches, plus beautiful wrap-around-artwork to cover. The history of the Mexican is very rich. The Mexicans are mestizos - a mixture of Indian and Spanish, inheriting thousands of years of rich heritage from both of these peoples. The Mexican American, while today an American citizen, ... View more info